The First Footage From the Unbreakable Sequel Glass Includes a Supervillain Team-Up

Before M. Night Shyamalan debuted the first footage from his upcoming movie Glass at CinemaCon, his star Samuel L. Jackson had something to say. “It’s about time I got the title role in my own motherfucking movie,” he said to the audience in Las Vegas. And, from the looks of the footage, what a movie this could be.

Did an Agents of SHIELD Star Accidentally Confirm the Future of Inhumans?

Daisy Ridley talks Rey theories and John Boyega talks war in The Last Jedi. Zachary Levi wants Shazam to be DC’s Guardians of the Galaxy. Mako Mori returns in behind-the-scenes footage from Pacific Rim Uprising. Plus, footage from Supergirl’s return and Black Lightning’s arrival, and new looks at Supernatural’s next…

Updates on The Last Jedi, Venom, Star Trek: Discovery, and More

The next Terminator gets yet another writer. Get a look at new images from Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Star Trek: Discovery co-showrunner Aaron Harberts discusses when the show will start reconciling itself with the classic Trek timeline. Plus, more Gifted casting, and what’s to come on Arrow and The Walking Dead.…

Our First Look at Samuel L. Jackson's Return to the Unbreakable Universe

The Metal Gear Solid movie has found a writer. Guillermo del Toro’s plans for a Pinocchio movie are dead. A Stranger Things star could be headed to Narnia. Plus, new footage from Coco, Chadwick Boseman on Black Panther’s tech-genius sister, and The Flash’s Elongated Man in costume. Spoilers, go!

Wild Rumors About the Comic Book Villain of the Gambit Movie

There’s even more speculation about yet another superhero showing up in Avengers: Infinity War. A Pirates of the Caribbean director could helm the Maleficent sequel. Supergirl’s recruited an animated Justice League icon. Plus, The Flash teases an emotional journey for Wells, and what’s to come on The Gifted. To me, my…

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Scientists Finally Know What Makes These Weird Glass Droplets So Incredibly Strong

Something unusual happens when a drop of molten glass falls into water. As it cools, it creates a crystal clear tadpole-like droplet that’s bulletproof on one end, but impossibly fragile on the other. We’ve known about these droplets for 400 years, but scientists have only recently figured out what makes them almost…